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The U.S. Government Is Addicted to the Tech Giants’ Success. That’s the Problem.

The government is more likely to invest in the tech giants than break them up

In the months leading up to Wednesday’s tech giant hearing, the U.S. federal government was buying millions in tech giant debt. Through BlackRock, an…




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